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Hersheypark, Pennyslvania

Where can you gorge on world-famous chocolate, check out the theme parks, and enjoy a splash pad for the whole family? Pennsylvania’s Hersheypark, of course!

 

Suoi Tien Park, Vietnam

Everyone can chill out at this Buddhism-themed water park featuring live crocodiles you can feed yourself!

 

Great Wolf Lodge, Washington

Grand Mound is one of many Great Wolf Lodge locations around the U.S., but this family destination has an indoor water park in addition to kid-friendly accommodations and activities on dry land.

 

Water Park of America, Minneapolis

Not far from the famed Mall of America is its sister attraction, the epic, indoor Waterpark of America. Slides twist and turn in and out of the building itself, providing a totally unique experience.

 

Disney’s Blizzard Beach, Florida

Intrigued by “Insano” but can’t make it to Brazil? Blizzard Beach in Florida boasts a megaslide that strives to rival the Brazilian giant.

 

Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari, Indiana

This water park in Santa Claus, Indiana, has got guest perks on lock, free soft drinks, free sunscreen, and parents and kids are registered when you enter so you’re easily reunited if anyone gets separated.

 

Kva-Kva Water Park, Russia

Located about 40 minutes from Moscow and open year-round, the indoor Kva Kva Water Park is a great place to take a break from long winter months, or escape to cool off in summer!

 

Golfland Sunsplash, Arizona

Surprise, film buffs! This Mesa, Arizona, attraction actually stood in for San Dimas, California’s Raging Waters in Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. That’s right, everything you thought you knew about famous water parks is a lie.

 

Happy Magic Water Cube, Beijing

Housed inside of what was once the aquatic center for the Beijing Olympics, Happy Magic Water Cube is probably the most stunning indoor (or outdoor) water park you’ll ever lay eyes on.

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